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Find you inspiration in Georgia

Despite its small size, Georgia has all kinds of climate zones including deserts, ski resorts, Black Sea coasts and alpine zones. The country is a real paradise for hiking and camping lovers or for those who simply enjoy stunning views of the Caucasus Mountain Range.

Additionally, you can explore breathtaking lakes, amazing canyons, waterfalls or relax at its spa resorts.

You can relax in luxury SPA resorts

Georgia is famous for its natural hot springs and spa resorts across whole country. But sulfur baths in Tbilisi’s Abanotubani are the first stop for many tourists. Water at those baths are naturally hot at 40-degree Celsius and is believed to be beneficial for skin and your well-being.

It is home to the first European

During archaeological excavations in Dmanisi, the scholars have found a 1.7-million-year-old skull which happens to be the oldest evidence of a human habitation in Europe, proving that there is almost a one-million-year gap between this and any European early-human site.

Drink wine made with the ancient methods

It’s a proven fact that Georgia is the oldest wine-making country in the world. It is believed that Georgians have been making wine for at least 9,000 years, with their own traditional method in egg-shaped clay jars called qvevri. Those jars are buried underground where the fermentation process happens naturally. It must be noted that Georgian wine develops an amber color when its made in qvevri.

Discover the cave town of the 12 century

Ever wandered through a massive cave town? Well, you can scratch it off your bucket list in Georgia. This cave monastery complex dates back to the second half of the twelfth century and stretches along the cliff for 500 meters.

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